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Calendar of 5K Races in Oregon

The 5K distance is the perfect introductory distance for novice runners, as well as a challenging test of endurance and speed for competitive runners. Casual runners who want to take their training to the next level can benefit greatly from a 5K race. The best part of a 5K race is that they are accessible to all fitness types, ages and levels.

Here you will find a listing of the 5K races registered with JogRunRace for Oregon.

Upcoming 5K races in Oregon

Sat, Feb 275K Fun Run/Walk for Special Olympics OregonPortland, OR
Sun, Mar 13Shamrock RunPortland, OR
Sun, Apr 3FireWalker 10K and 5K Run/Walk Fitness ChallengeGates, OR
Sat, Jul 16Rugged Maniac 5K Obstacle RacePortland, OR
Sat, Aug 13Garlic Festival 5k & 10kNorth Plains, OR
Sat, Oct 1Foam Glow 5K™ - PortlandPortland, OR
Sun, Dec 31City Running Tours - Portland Personalized Running ToursPortland, OR

Recent 5K races in Oregon

Sat, Feb 13Sweetheart RunSweet Home, OR
Sat, Feb 6FCA SuperFan 5KWest Linn, OR

New/Updated 5K races in Oregon

Sat, Feb 275K Fun Run/Walk for Special Olympics OregonPortland, OR
Sun, Mar 13Shamrock RunPortland, OR
Sun, Apr 3FireWalker 10K and 5K Run/Walk Fitness ChallengeGates, OR
Sat, Aug 13Garlic Festival 5k & 10kNorth Plains, OR
Sat, Oct 1Foam Glow 5K™ - PortlandPortland, OR

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5K races in Portland, OR
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